The 2018 Clark Lecture
Character and the Common Good: Character Formation in the 21st Century
with Professor John Haldane
J. Newton Rayzor Sr. Distinguished Professor of Philosophy, Baylor University, Texas and Professor of Moral Philosophy, University of St Andrews, Scotland
About Professor John Haldane
Professor John Haldane is the J. Newton Rayzor Sr. Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at Baylor University, Texas and a Professor of Moral Philosophy at the University of St Andrews, Scotland. He received his higher education in the Visual Arts, initially at Medway College of Design. Thereafter, he attended Wimbledon School of Art (University of the Arts London) (BA in Fine Art) and studied and trained for Art Education at the University of London, Institute of Education (PGCE). After graduating, he began studying philosophy at the University of London, Birkbeck College, receiving a BA Philosophy and PhD.
A proponent of analytical approaches to the philosophy of Thomas Aquinas, Professor Haldane has authored or edited dozens of articles and books, including "An Intelligent Person's Guide to Religion", "Faithful Reason: Essays Catholic and Philosophical", "Reasonable Faith", and "Atheism and Theism". He has also appeared on several BBC radio and television programs and contributed to the Times, the Daily Telegraph, The Scotsman, and several other outlets.
Professor John Haldane has well over 200 publications that deal with subjects such as Art and Aesthetics, Education, Ethics, the History of Philosophy, the Philosophy of the Mind, Epistemology and Metaphysics, Political and Social Philosophy, Philosophy of Religion, and Theology.
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